Position title
Robotics Field Technician - Level 1

Working closely with the Operation and Research teams, you will support field operations by becoming a technical expert on a variety of robotic equipment. You will operate, troubleshoot and repair equipment in a fast-paced environment.

  • Travel between the office and client facilities to perform robotic operations
  • Client site locations vary from out-of-province to out-of-country
  • Work within confined spaces and at heights
  • Able to handle heavy loads
  • Identify and troubleshoot robotic equipment problems to minimize down time during field operations
  • Maintain and repair existing equipment to ensure efficient operation
  • Communicate status of project and tasks by creating and producing reports and or presentations
  • Assist with training field personnel as required and provide technical insights and knowledge transfer
  • Document field acquired data and design improvement on existing or newly developed equipment
  • Read schematics drawings, layouts, data and process sheets to perform testing, build fixtures, analyze and trouble-shoot equipment
  • Installs and validates equipment and processes during missions to improve yield and/or reduce project time following the established validation procedure
  • Available to work shift work and support preventative maintenance or mobilization preparations on weekends
  • Promote and support Continuous Improvement activities
  • Simulate and troubleshoot robotic equipment
  • Contributes/fosters Health & Safety
  • Monitors existing processes and makes recommendations for improvement
  • Involved in new processes
  • Submit forms on time and maintain all paperwork for time tracking, mission data acquisitions, maintenance logs, and projects details
  • Assist with project robotic activities (controls, electrical, mechanical and project management) through to project completion
  • General working hours are Mon - Fri 8 am - 5 pm i.e. 44 hour week but should be flexible to work overtime, weekends, holidays, and night shifts as needed
  • 3-4 years experience mechanical/electro mechanical maintenance/installation (it is not necessary to be licensed)
  • Post-Secondary education in Engineering or Engineering Technology or related field is an asset
  • Ability to read mechanical schematics and prints
  • Demonstrated organizational skills with strong oral and written communication abilities
  • Quality Control background with expertise in problem solving and root cause analysis
  • Exceptional organizational abilities with task prioritization, multi-tasking, use of timelines and time management techniques
  • Able to follow directions regarding robotic activities and assist the team where required
  • Proficiency with MS office, Strong computer skills are required
  • Experience using hand tools and machineries
  • Support continuous improvement in the department and company as a whole
  • Knowledge of CAD would be an asset
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and travel between sites when required
  • Flexible to work extended or after hours (when required)
  • Manual dexterity, ability to work without constant supervision, ability to multi-task
  • Ability to work in primarily a stand-up environment
  • Good work history/references needed
  • Ability to pass background/credit check
  • Ability to follow written and verbal instructions
  • Must have a valid passport
  • Must be fully vaccinated
  • Must live near Edmonton area
Employment Type
Beginning of employment
Duration of employment
Job Location
Nisku, Alberta, Canada
Working Hours
Monday - Friday 8 am to 5 pm
Date posted
January 7, 2022
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